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from hartsfield to laguardia. the spectacular public train wreck involving charlie sheen continued today with an interview that aired this morning on "today" during which sheen insisted he is now clean of alcohol and drugs. also in the interview with nbc's jeff rossen, he says he's underpaid for his show "two and a half men" which cbs canceled last week for the rest of the season after sheen's rant against the show's creator and executive producer. >> i'm a man of my word. so i will finish the tv show, i'll even do season ten. but at this point because of psychological distress, it's terminal episode. take it or leave it. >> you want a raise? >> yeah, look what they put me through. >> sheen described himself as being at war with the executives who made the decision to shut down production. there's even more to this. jeff rossen will have it tomorrow morning on "today." >>> when we come back here tonight, our special series on the american economy, at the crossroads, can the u.s. do it again and come up with the next big thing? >>> and later t late bloomer who overcame a big obstacl
to this summer when it's placed in an exhibit in charlotte. >>> the actor charlie sheen who may now be better known for his out of control behavior off screen than his actual acting at this point has finally gone too far with management. cbs announced last night it's shutting down production of his hit sitcom "two and a half men," the number one comedy on television, by the way, after sheen delivered a rant on the radio against his producer. sheen says he will still report to work next week. >>> and exactly how bad a spring flooding season are we expecting in the american midwest? today anheuser-busch in cartersville, georgia, stopped producing beer and turned out canned drinking water instead. they want to build up a reserve of 25,000 cases in case it is needed for flood relief. they have given out six million cases over the years in response to various disasters. >>> when we come back here tonight, the man who's making a real difference as his city struggles back from a terrible disaster. >>> tonight's "making a difference" report combines two things, our continuing coverage of the enormous
this program note. tomorrow morning, the day after hollywood's big night, an exclusive interview with charlie sheen, his first television sit-down since the cancellation of his hit series. sheen says he is clean and wants to go back to work, but he has one big demand. you can see the exclusive interview tomorrow morning on "today." >>> that's "nbc nightly news" for this sunday. brian williams will be here tomorrow. i'm lester holt reporting from
this program note, tomorrow morning, the day after hollywood's big night, an exclusive interview with charlie sheen, his first television silt-down since the cancellation of his hit series. sheen says he is clean and wants to go back to work but he has one big dema
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